Mystery Maven Blog Reviews Pinot Envy by Edward Finstein

Excerpt: “‘Pinot Envy‘ is definitely worth reading over a large glass or two of pinot noir during these last few weeks of summer.  It’s a fairly light and fast read that especially will appeal to those who consider themselves serious wine lovers and dedicated mystery readers.” For the full review, click here: mysterymavenblog.com...

A Conversation with Edward Finstein, Author of the Woody Robins Wine Mysteries on Ominmystery News

Excerpt: “Omnimystery News: You are a recognized expert in wines and your character is a wine guru. Is that where the similarity ends? Edward Finstein: I would be lying if I said that there wasn’t some of me in Woody. It’s much easier to write from personal experience. Not so much what happens to him, but certainly his character, likes and dislikes, taste in clothing and music and light-hearted approach to life. There are certain traits of some people I know in real life that are infused into characters in Pinot Envy, but “the names and identities have been changed to protect the innocent and any similarities are strictly coincidental.” How’s that for legal mumbo-jumbo?” For the full Q&A, click here:...

Edward Finstein guest posts on Mystery Fanfare

Excerpt: “Allow me to introduce you to my alter ego, Mr. Woody Robins (I can hear shrinks the world over pulling out their note pads). Like myself, he’s a wine expert who teaches, consults, writes, judges, eats, drinks, loves, makes merry and has traveled the world over in pursuit of the nectar of the grape (It’s a dirty job, but someone has to do it).” For the full guest post, click...